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Book: Matgevet zikaron; kever ahim-kedochei Yerushalim, Motsa, Petah-Tikva, Hevron, Tel Aviv. (Memorial; Common grave- Martyrs/victims from Jerusalem, Motsa, Petah-Tikva, Hebron, Tel Aviv) by Grayevski, Pinhas; Jerusalem, 1938. 16p. (Leaflets 139-140) (Hebrew); Notes: Period 1929-1938. Victims of 1929 events: Hebron- 59, Motsa-7; Victims of 1929-1938 events: Jerusalem-19, Petah-Tikva-9; source: National and University Library, Jerusalem

Chevra Kadisha, Shemuel Gefen, (Manager), 33 Mohaliver St. Tel Aviv 65253. Tel: 03-516-4595, 050-263-263; home: 03-696-2556 and 03-546-1653. The Chevra Kadisha Tel Aviv and the area computerized their cemeteries. Website: http://www.kadisha.biz [April 2006]

Hevra Kadisha - Tel-Aviv & the greater Tel-Aviv area in Hebrew. The website includes information about all 6 Jewish cemeteries of the Tel-Aviv district, but not the two private cemeteries on Hazon Ish street in Benei-Berak. Burial information can be searched online by name of the deceased, father's name, death year span, cemetery name, etc. Exact search results provide: name of the deceased, father's name, date of death (Yahrzeit) - both Jewish and civil date, and name of cemetery. The exact location of individual graves / burial plots is not available online. The name must be written exactly as it appears in the records, so you may have to try different spellings. It does not function during Shabat - that is from sundown on Friday in Israel to the end of Shabbat on Saturday evening. Public contacts with the Chevra Kadisha by email.

CEMETERY:

  • Ashdod Military Cemetery
  • Holon Bat-Yam Cemetery: Will look up in their card catalogues. Holon Cemetery opened in the 1960's. source Israel Pickholtz; e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  • Hayarkon: Chotze Shomron Highway (opened 1991). Phone 03-921-2026. From HaYarkon Junction, it is less than ten minutes drive towards Segulla Junction (Petah Tiqva). Computerized records? Source Israel Pickholtz; e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  • Nahalat Yitzhak Cemetery: Aliyat Hanoa'r St., Givataim. Have indexed records at the office of the Chevra Kadisha and will do reasonable lookups on the spot. source: Israel Pickholtz; e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  • Kiryat Shaul Cemetery: Kiryat Shaul Quarter. Opened 1949. They will do reasonable lookups on the spot if not busy but prefer phone to letter. Their cards go only to 1990. Earlier, they can do a lookup only if you have the date. Phone: 03-649-8060. Source: Israel Pickholtz; e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  • Trumpeldor Cemetery:

  • Trumpeldor St. Office of the Chevra Kadisha has indexed records. They will do reasonable lookups on the spot. source: Israel Pickholtz; e-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
  • Trumpeldor Tel Aviv Cemetery [Jan 2015]

  • Trumpeldor cemetery, Tel Aviv, Israel [Jan 2015]
  • Trumpeldor Cemetery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia [Jan 2015]
  • Trumpeldor Cemetery
  • Yaffo: Yehuda Mimargoza St.
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